LONELINESS ON THE FIELD

Contributed by a B4T worker in the Arab world I’ve often reflected on how much more lonely I am on the field. I used to have a great deal of close friends (in a sense, I still do – I just only see them once every year or two). “Life on life” is not a 100% money-back...

DISCIPLESHIP IS DISCIPLINE

When one of your employees is consistently late or talks trash about others, what do you do? Do you let it slide because she is a top performer? Do you make excuses for her because she might not know better? Do you fire her so as to send a message to the rest of your...

HIRING WORKERS

Many B4Ters have trouble hiring the right person for the right role. Do not be over-confident about your interviewing skills. Invite Jesus to be a part of every interview and review each applicant with Him. From the outset establish which traits the job demands to...

INTEGRITY

The following has been contributed by a B4Ter working in the Arab world. I recently came across the following Warren Buffet quote and thought I should try to find a way to write something about it, just for the sake of exposure to the quote itself. “We look for...

INTEGRATING FAITH & WORK

The following is contributed by a B4Ter in the Middle East. In his book, “Prosperity”, Colin Mayer gives a high compliment to the Quakers. Did you know that the Quakers introduced the concept of fixed-price contracts? Prior to their influence, business...

WHEN WORK = WORSHIP, IS A PROBLEM

The following is contributed by a B4T worker in the Middle East. In B4T, we constantly advocate that work = worship. In other words, if we are to do everything as unto the Lord, then our work should be part of that. Every part of our lives should be integrated into...